NEET Preparation Tips by Toppers

NEET Preparation Tips by Toppers


The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test NEET (UG) is one of the most prestigious examinations in India. In this examination approx 15 to 16 lakhs of students registered every year for the NEET examination to take admission for MBBS / BDS and other undergraduate medical courses in approved/recognized Medical/Dental & Other Colleges/Institutes in India.

Every NEET aspirant’s candidates want to achieve good AIR or good marks, and every NEET aspirant's students have to read the story of toppers those who ranked in the top position in the NEET examination. The preparation tips for  NEET by Toppers will help to boost your academic skill. Here we giving you some exclusive tips which are already followed by toppers or following by toppers. It will definitely help you to perform better for examination.


It is a difficult task for the candidates is “How to prepare for NEET 2020?” Candidates have good guidance for the crack NEET 2020 examination. Here some important NEET preparation tips for better performance.

There are eligibility criteria to attempt NEET 2020 examination. Candidates have to start preparation as early as possible to crack NEET. The NEET syllabus is too lengthy and the competition level is very high. Every student must know the NEET syllabus. It is a very difficult task to achieve a good rank in AIR NEET. Here we suggest a few NEET preparation books for your reference.

Every NEET aspirant candidates want to achieve a good rank in the NEET examination. Generally, 2 years required for thoroughly NEET preparation for expected AIR or achievement. But there is a task to do it in a short term period. Here some important tips and tricks are given by Toppers Talk for your reference to perform better in the examination.


1. Make a Best Planning

Every behind the success story, there is big planning has work to achieve it. Every NEET aspirant candidate should make the best planning according to your convenience and discuss it with your mentor or faculty. If any changes required make it. Time is very important, so positively use every movement -

You can include the plan below points.
  • Set daily, weekly and monthly goals for yourself and try to accomplish them in a fixed time.
  • Decide study hours.
  • Decide rest time.
  • Your study plan should in four-part, Read Write, revision, and Practice.
  • Difficult topics must be a priority.
  • Make short notes of Important Questions, diagrams, derivation, etc.
  • Take care of your health: You can’t afford to lose any time. So eat healthily and sleep well.

2. Exam Syllabus and Pattern

The second main pillar of success in this examination, Its NEET Syllabus. NEET syllabus and NEET Pattern are very lengthy but, its the most important part of the examination. You should start as early as possible. In a short period, you should know important topics. Make a shortlist the most important topics. As we know NCERT syllabus is very important for NEET preparation.

3. Silly mistakes (Notes)

Do a daily writing practice as per required NEET instruction. Maximum practice will reduce your silly mistakes. Read the question carefully and attempt it. Make a Silly mistake notes. It will help you to improve your accuracy. You should check daily your silly mistake notes when you start to study. Check it daily it will help to remember “DON’T DO IT AGAIN”. If possible make your silly mistake notes colorful. Color code will help to remember your mistake.

4. Self Motivation

Motivation can create a difference between the topper student and the average student. A positive mindset, healthy food will help to do it. Now you have to decide "what will be you become?" When you are doing self-study at home, motivation is your key to success. Focus on your goal and maintain your motivation. Even some times you will face tough syllabus issues but don’t worry about that. You have to start and keep grinding. Never lose the momentum, you can't afford to waste energy to build momentum again and again. Practice each and every day without fail.

5. Practice

One of the big challenges of the NEET examination is time management. Candidates have to finish 180 questions in 180 minutes. There is nothing to be without practice in the NEET examination. Every neet aspirant should make a daily habit for practice on the pattern of NEET examination pattern. Keep an alarm watch with you as a timer. Try to complete your paper 2:40 hours or 2:45 hours in practice at your home. Solve NEET previous year question papers; focus on the frequently asked questions and topics.

6. Revision

Only one-time reading or learning is not important for the NEET examination. You should make a daily routine time table for revision also. NEET aspirants candidates should revise every important topic from the NCERT and if you have any respective coaching materials. Give 2-3 hours daily for your 11th Grade weakest topics for revise it. If your topics are very weak make a strategy to do it an easy way. Start from theory, Notes, (If respective coaching modules available), etc.

7. Set the Target

Plant your target smartly. Make a daily/weekly or monthly target according to your availability to accomplish them in a fixed time. Once you make it, discussed with your parents/faculty/mentors to correct it, if required. Once you have marked, easy, moderate, difficult, important topics in your syllabus, you must prepare a strategy based on smart work and not just hard work.

8. Ask you doubts

When you are facing any difficulty in your study ask your respective mentor or faculty to resolve it. Ask your doubt as soon as possible, don’t wait till the second doubt. Your first doubt can be disturbed by your mindset and your further study steps to complete your topic. Do not combine excessive doubts clear all the doubts as soon as possible.

9. Avoid social media

If you are planning for good AIR or a good number of marks, then you should loyal to your goal. Don’t try to fool yourself by wasting your time. Social media is the most distractive thing to waste your time during study time.

10. Preparation with the presence of mind

Without the presence of mind, all the efforts are a waste of time. You should keep your goal in your mind with a focus on study. Try to concentrate on your study. Required things should be handy with you, like Short notes, highlighter, water bottle, stationery, etc. minor things also distract your mind and concentration.

Subject wise tips

Advice: You should avoid studying many books at a time as they can get confused and mess up your preparation.


Physics is a bit difficult topic for some candidates for NEET preparation. But some of the some have a good command of physics, especially on formulas. Best thing tricks to understand any concept of formula or definition, just make it short notes by using a different color highlighter. Physic required maximum practice for better performance with accuracy.

You have to practice daily formulas. Solve NCERT books Question paper (available on NCERT book backside). More practice will help you make a good score in physics. You have any difficulty read that chapter thoroughly from NCERT and you can refer respective coaching material or you can ask your doubt to your faculty or mentors. Your faculty or mentor will help to boost your ability. So ask your question when you facing difficulty. 

Make a note of important points and formulae of every chapter in a separate book. Solve as many questions from mock papers and keep the revision book handy. 

You have to solve NEET previous year question paper and NEET Sample paper as much as you can.

Reference books for Physics.

  • Concepts of Physics by
  • Objective Physics By
  • Fundamentals of Physics by
  • Fundamental Physics by Pradeep.
  • Problems in General Physics by IE Irodov.

Physics section from previous year

Now overall we learn from top to the bottom there is the NCERT Syllabus is the most important part of the NEET exam preparation.


Here again advisable for chemistry to follow NCERT books. 

Physical chemistry- For an easy way read the NCERT book first and make short notes formula with the highlighter. Try to make concepts with diagrams and solve numerals as much as you can. Keep in mind the notes which are noted down by you. Solve previous question papers and AIIMS question papers. 

Coaching material If available. It will help to improve the level of question. NEET previous year question paper and sample paper for improvement. 

Chemistry section from previous year JEE MAIN Question paper and JEE MAIN Sample paper 

Inorganic chemistry 

Inorganic chemistry also likes Biology concepts. It required lots of memorization. You need constant revision again and again. Inorganic chemistry required to solve the past year question paper. Go through NCERT thoroughly. There is a direct question that comes from NCERT. So I think NCERT would be enough.

Organic chemistry 

The most important part of Chemistry. Organic chemistry required single concern traction. This section also required much practice. You have to more focus on 12th NCERT and 11th NCERT. Make short notes for the reaction. If you have any respective coaching material it would be an advantage for you. 

You have to write down important formulas, important reactions, and exceptions in short notes. Highlight all the points with different color codes. As we already discussed earlier. 

Reference book Chemistry

  • Physical Chemistry by O.P. Tandon.
  • Physical Chemistry by P. Bahadur.
  • NCERT Textbook Chemistry Class XI and Class XII


The most scoring subject is Biology. You can target 50% marks from a single subject Biology only. As we know 90 Questions coming from Biology. We strongly recommended to every candidate follow NCERT textbooks thoroughly. Make a question from the NCERT book, try to make a question on important line, It will help to remember. Strictly follow NCERT book for Biology. Read the book with all the important topics thoroughly. Some of the topics difficult to remember it, so you need to required revision for remember. Many questions directly come from the NCERT books. 85 % to 90 % of concepts cover from the NCERT books. If you have any respective coaching material, it would be helpful for you.

Reference book Biology
  • NCERT Biology Textbooks Class XI and Class XII.
  • Biology Vol 1 and Vol 2 by Trueman.
  • Objective Biology by Dinesh.
  • Objective Botany by Ansari.
  • Pradeep Guide on Biology.
  • G.R. Bathla publications for Biology.

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